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. romney is on offense and obama is on defense in the final week. >> eric: obama on defense, he went to new hampshire and only got four electoral votes in new hampshire. he went up there to grab four. is that desperation or protection? >> it's protection. look, this race is going to be very close. everybody recognizes that. could come down to a few votes, a few states. i want to comment on what is going on with the weather. this actually has political implications. first of all, the public is going to be focused on the storm the next three or four days. it will take the focus off the election. it will be harder for the candidates to get their messages out. also, obama has the lead in virginia, 4-point lead. he's ahead in ohio. and to the extent that this -- the weather conditions in those states take the attention away from the election tmay freeze things in place. i think obama is going to win both virginia and ohio, i think it will be very, very close. i think this election's going to go doub to the wire. i suspect you will see both candidates as they readjust their schedule because of th
of defense is correct we are doing quarterbacking. if they would tell us more we would quit our monday morning quarterbacking. he didn't have the awareness to commit forces, look he had the situational awareness that the embassy was being attacked -- the consulate was being attacked in benghazi and should have had aircraft over there as soon as possible. john mccain is correct, they didn't have an alert status. we still could have gotten airplanes were armed or not over the consulate annex within probably a couple hours. we should have done that. we didn't even try. we didn't do anything. that is the very disturbing thing. we should have had alert aircraft. first we should have had a global hawk over benghazi and tripoli on 9/11 the anniversary. they announced the day before that we should take radical islamists should take advantage and defeat the americans because they killed binlibbi in afghanistan. we should have had intelligence surveillance and assets right over libya. >> jamie: you are saying we should have begun the operation to protect everyone even before 9/11. we had enough
occasions they were told to stand down and to not go in there. defense secretary leon panetta said we simply didn't have enough information for individuals to go into that zen. what do you make of all of this? >> we're in the stage now of conflicting explanation by the administration. we are long past the point of confusion about what happened on the terrorist side. we know it was a planned terrorist attack. this mohammed video explanation which was always foolish is out of the picture. but now the administration is saying different things. this fox report about the cia denying additional help telling its agents there to stand down was contradicted yesterday by the cia itself. so general petraeus is saying it wasn't the cia who denied the request for additional assistance, implying it was somebody at a higher level of authority. and the point you make about defense secretary panetta is also important. jason chaffets, congressman from utah said last night on the hannity show that he spoke with general carter ham, the commanding general of the after infantry -- africon. he said i was never ask
it a little more defensively, like jeff said. also, something that's reminding me of 2007, the third and fourth quarter of 2007, we're starting to see weakness in consumer discretionary, small cap, and mid-cap. when you start to see those bull market sectors, not to mention technology sell off, i think you just want to become a little bit more cautious. not bearish. defensive, cautious. >> yeah, you say portfolio managers are doing window dressing right now, jeff. >> they are. you can see some of it. i think it's absolutely refle reflective of what abigail just said. there's a tendency to get away from the cyclical stuff, to go towards the defensive stocks. i'm watching the vix levels here. i think there's a lot of complacency in the market, which is very dangerous. we've seen the market get to this low end. it's almost always been resulted in bad things, sell off time. again, we have all these risks coming up that i think are going to make investing a very difficult road. i would watch the volume levels. i think you're going to see people heading for the exits. >> all right. we'll l
confesses to this? >> even though he's allegedly confessed, when defense attorneys get in the picture they'll say he wasn't given his miranda warnings, they'll probably say his parents should have been present. i don't know what kinds of claims they'll raise, so just because a case looks strong doesn't mean there's no preliminary hearing or trial. there will certainly be this hearing, regardless of whether it's a confession. >> not only that, but i assume if it goes to trial, how likely do you think it may be that they claim insanity? >> i think that's a probable defense here. you're looking at a 17-year-old kid, alleged to have killed a 10-year-old girl. we're not clear at all what the motive could possibly be. we don't know how the killing even occurred that the point. there hasn't been any detail that's come out that's reliable. so it's a little early to tell. but just the age disparity, and the lack of apparent motive, would suggest a severe mental problem. so yes, i think an insanity defense is certainly a possibility. >> when you look at his background, as i understand it, his parent
' defense is terrible. may have fired their defensive coordinator. doesn't matter. this team need an overhaul. >> maybe hearing more about nick falls, replacing michael vick in the next week. >> falcons though. talk about the falcons. >> give them credit. >> give them credit. a great job. 7-0. not the best team in the nfc. may not be the second best in the nfc. >> would you say the bears would be one of the best in the nfc, despite barely beating a panthers team. they came back. awe showing some moxie and wear it proudly, faris. >> defense belter than any in the nfl now. they don't give up a lot of points. they create so many turn yoefz. more than just about any team in the league. the question is can jay cutler make good decisions. does he not have to be that gunslinger. if jay cutler could figure out a way to just keep it contained, not try to make the big play all the time. great receivers, guys like brab don marshal. i think chicago could be the biggest threat to the new york giants out there right now. even bigger than atlanta. >> cutler, on the game winning drive. 6 of 7. se
. what about the latest charges that you have made that the defense secretary did not pursue or follow up and respond to requests for help? leon panetta has said there was no way to ascertain safely who to send in and what the situation was on the ground because the video that they were monitoring did not give them a clear picture of what was happening. >> well, that's a different answer than what the president said when the president has repeatedly said they did everything they could possibly do to protect the people in benghazi, i beg to differ. i visited with general hamm the four-star jen until charge, i went to lib why, and when i asked very succinctly and directly did he have the resources the capability to actually go into libya and try to help save those people in benghazi, his response was, that he was not asked to do so. so, on the one hand the president's saying that they did everything they could possibly do on the other hand you hear the defense secretary say it maybe wasn't safe enough. again, that's just a convoluted answer. we're seeking answers. we think the families dese
% jump in defense spending by the government played the biggest role. without that increase, the economy's growth rate would have been only 1.4%. this is a passable number but no better than that? >> right. i don't think anyone's doing a victory lap on the economy. >> reporter: sean west studies politics and economic policy for the eurasia group. he says the numbers have something in them for both campaigns: president obama can claim the economy is growing, but governor romney can claim it's not growing fast enough. >> voters have basically drawn their conclusions about the economy already so, you know, the impact that a g.d.p. number can have or that the final jobs report on the friday before the election is going to have is won only at the margins. now, this election is close enough that the margins matter. >> reporter: as west mentioned, the last unemployment before the vote comes out a week from today. surprise in either direction could influence the outcome of the election. >> pelley: and anthony, that election is now officially the most expensive in u.s. history. it just passed tha
in fundamentals. they have a better defense. they will continue to even with the new line up that you will see in the tigers tonight. they are just -- they are just a little better in most of the categories. they have more depth even. >> all right. okay. we look forward to talking to you. thank you for the inexcite let's talk about the coverage because game three coverage starts at 3:30. first pitch set for 5:07. >> with san francisco in the world series spotlight people from all over may decide to pay san francisco a visit. millions of television viewers have been treated to the beauty shots like this one here of the ballpark,. more tourists expected, they spent 8.5 billion here last year. 98% of visitors wanted to come back. >>> it's orange october, city hall, all -- and the ferry building and the golden gate and -- of course are all orange. special lights, lenses and filters give them that orange glow at night and the bill graham civic coordinates is city hall. a lot of work goes into changing the colors. >> act 40 lights up there, different sized lenses, some shoot farther to get up far
defensive medicine, you're not serious about controlling the cost of health care. >> reporter: montanans call their state big sky country where cows graze peacefully. but this year the state is anything but peaceful. because the road to the senate majority may run through it. barry petersen, cbs news, great falls, montana. >> glor: next on tonight's "cbs evening news," success for space-x as the dragon capsule completes its mission. and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best eggs. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. it's eb. to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits, but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer, his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve have the strength to keep back pain away all day. today, jason chose aleve. just two pills for all day pain relief. try aleve d for strong, all day long sinus and headache relief. i was skeptical at first. but after awhile even my girlfriend noticed a difference. [ m
like materials would do well, so we want to be not overweight the defensives. we want to play continued economic recovery. >> tom: looking for growth there, rob, how about it, is it on your buy list as well? >> you know, i'm not so sure i like overweighting technology at this point. it has come a long way. and i think it might take a little bit of a breather. consumer discretionaries i think should hold up prty well. materials, i like it i would actually for the first time in many years put a toe in the water in financial. i think you might see a little overperformance there, after the drama of the end of this year, beginning of 2-13 is behind us. might be a good opportunity to buy some of the things that get thrown out with the drama and fiscal cliff. >> a lot of those banks have been thrown out, certainly over the past several years. guys, we have to leave it there. a couple of market pros from the midwest, scott ren with wells fargo and rob stein withaser assetmanager. >> tom: sandy has brought some modes of transportation to a stand still across the mid- atlantic and northeastern u.
a wall of sand as a defense against the ocean, and abc's ron claiborne is there to tell us if it's holding. ron? >> reporter: good evening, diane. that wall of the sand berm they built along the shore held out for quite a while but if you look over my shoulder it is all but now obliterated. the pounding surf and rising tide took it out, the erosion the wind, it is gone and that water is flowing from the beach here into the city of 35,000. this suburb of new york city. they're expecting a storm surge of somewhere between 4 and 8 feet. it is possible this entire low-lying barrier island will be overflowed with water in the next 12 hours or so. diane. >> okay, ron. and now, as you have heard, the water is flooding into new york city. and it's where we're tracking the national damage and also the winds are bearing down on the city of skyscrapers tonight, "20/20" anchor chris cuomo is covering this city in this storm. chris. >> reporter: hello, diane. you know, we wish we didn't have to be standing in the water but it's moving too quickly to change positions. already we've had more wa
defense spending. the issue is a deficit which is a huge drag long term and the spending of government and a lot of this will depend honestly on who is elected. >> stay with us. first we'll check on the markets to the degree that we can. u.s. futures have been trading in the overnight and morning session. >> currently trading a little bit more than 40 points below fair value. let's show you european markets. a bit higher this morning by good numbers out of ubs and bp. ftse 100 up 35 points. xetra dax up 0.8%. ibex up 0.6%. let's remind you what's going on as far as reinsurers are concerned. impact on hurricane sandy as well. all the big reinsurers are up. this is an expectation maybes wills aren't quite as heavy, but of course if you to get losses, also hardening rates in the long term anyway. an auction coming out of italy today. that's in about an hour or so time. we have three to four billion. might raise more than that. yields just a little lower today, just below 5% for italian. ten year spanish yields, 5.64%. still okay for now for the spanish government. euro-dollar is 1.2929 la
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to sequester those automatic defense cuts. listen to this. >> the strong american military, so strong no one would think of testing it. so strong that people would rather meet us on the bargaining table than on the battlefield that is essential to us and to the world. unlike the president, i will will restore that funding to our military. >> mitt romney has also been in virginia to help george allen get elected to the u.s. senate. allen is a former senator and governor of virginia. and he is trailing right now in the real clear politics average of polls to another former governor of virginia. democrat tim cane by about 0.8 points. the two men have raised about $30 million combined. and more than 40 million will dollars has been spent by outside groups on that race alone. allen getting help from mitt romney. tim cane getting help from the democratic ticket as well. >> folks, understand one thing, barack and i believe as i believe you do. that we only have one sacred obligation as americans. to equip those we send to war and care for them and their families when they comb home. >> so you saw m
beach builds a wall of sand as a defense against the ocean and abc's ron claiborne is there to tell us how that is going. ron? >> reporter: a good evening, diane, that's wall of sand that they built along the shore, held out for quite a while but if you look over my shoulder, it is all a blur. it. the pounding surf and the rising time -- tied to good tied to get out, the erosion in the wind is gone and now water is flowing from the beach into the city of 35,000 a suburb of new york city and they're expecting a storm surge of somewhere between 4 feet in 8 feet and it is possible this entire low-lying barrier island will be overflowed with water and the next 12 hours or so, diane? >> okay, wrong, and as you heard the water is flooding into new york city and it is where we are tracking the national damage and the wind bearing down on the city's skyscrapers tonight. 2020 anchor chris, i'll is covering this city in this storm. chris? >> hello, diane we wish we did not have to be standing in the water but it is moving too quickly to change positions. we have had more water from sandy than we
their defensive captain sunday. london fletcher who has been the iron man of the nfl is being listed as questionable. fletcher did practice today. first work out of the week. he still has a limp and is closely monitored for balance issues. since he's been suffering for a couple of weeks with this. he will be a game-time decision. senior night in damascus as horne hornets. i love when the parents get the flowers. game time at 7:00, chase williams to john hanley. 14-7, hornets at break. third quarter, seneca valley at own 33, that's calvin to james jones williams, making it long here. 67 yard score. watch them play, though. tweaked his left hamstring. eagles miss extra point, so they are trailing by 1. that's crucial. chances are, this is the end. picked up by rashard, all 6'3", 285 pounds of him, d line's dream coming through. edging seneca valley, 14-13. these two could meet again in the playoffs. an encore performance we will all be watching. >> i was impressed with the refs anncr: seven-hundred-thousand jobs. that's what the plan george allen supports... would cost our economy. new
. you have to go back more than two years to beat that when federal non-defense spending jumped sharply and back even further to the deaths of the recession and the height of stimulus spending to see a similar gain. that, my friends, is the trajectory. you know what, smoke and mirrors. government spending is not the same ting as company's small and large expanding, growing, selling, generating revenue. private sector revenues come fromeople illingly buying products. gornment spending is financed by compulsive tory lead to the tax system of fines. one denitely is better than the other is a source of economic growth. here is the white house statement about this report. the economy is moving in the right direction. right direction? shame on you, mr. krueger. we have yet to open up the throttle on right direction. the growth we have is puny. if you excluded government spending for the quarter growth was the same dismal rate it was in the second uarter. business investment in things like office buildings, pipelines, the big stf. that fell. the first jobs as the first quarter last year. but
serious in hawaii. the civil defense calling for an evacuation all low-lying areas because of a tsunami threat in our area that's generated by the 7.7 magnitude earthquake in canada. we're expecting waves of up to three to six to seven feet. haven't seen that materialize yet, even though they are seeing some of those tsunami waves come in at a couple feet or so. still a fairly serious situation out here with what may happen in some of the bays. it's still going to be a long night tonight. still going to have to wait at least a couple more hours before they can even consider lowering that advisory, but it appears it's not going to be as bad as they once predicted. we'll send it back to you. >> a lot going on on this sunday morning. let's get it back out to sam. sam, talk us through the science here. how much longer should they be nervous in hawaii this morning? >> well, the good news is, dan, that they did everything right here. i mean when you get a 7.7 on the western coast of canada, and you've got nothing but open water between it and hawaii, and this was a subsidence kind of quake, w
at the same time. although we have coast guard and the department of defense position, if the public is not following instructions, that makes it more dangerous for people, and it makes the dutch of four fatalities that could of been avoided. transportation will be tied up for a long time. perhaps the most of the impact, aside from flooding, will be putting the power back on. we anticipate a lot of trees down, a lot of water. despite the fact that the power companies are working very closely with their various state officials and local officials to make sure they are bringing in as many assets as possible and getting those ready in preparation for the storm, the fact is, many of these emergency crews will not be able to get in position to begin restoring power until the wind had died down. because of the nature of most o, aside from flooding, will be putting the power back on. we anticipate a lot of trees down, a lot of water. the storm, that may take several days. the public should anticipate that there will be a lot of power outages, and it may take time for that power to get back
as 10 to 12 feet it looks like. this dune about 30 yards wide is the last line of defense between the ocean and the town of point pleasant beach, which is this way in front of me. there's a lot of flooding in that town already. it's for the most part evacuated because there are lakes and rivers and an inlet in the sea. all those waters are also rising, and the threat is that the ocean can connect with those waters to essentially obliterate much of the town. it's the same story for many communities up and down the jersey shore in the path of the stor storm. i gather we're the target and bull's eye at in the point. we're really feeling it here. the rain is going sideways. it's wind yichy. the gusts were up to 30 miles per hour. i'm turning this way because there's sand flying off the dune. i have to keep my back down to it to protect my face. it feels like sleet. the town is evacuated, and we've been out and about to see what's going on. police have been going through the neighborhoods trying to make sure that people have evacuated. we've heard reports of two occasions where they ha
off. makes no sense at all. >> okay. here is his math. add $2 billion to defense budget, add $5 billion in tax cuts and get rid of fema. do you think that's a popular priority right now? >> i don't think it is. look at a state like north carolina. we saw earlier today that the north carolina outer banks have been run over by water and what about the federal flood insurance program that people out there take advantage of? not just fema and all the stimulus money and other federal project that is have developed that part of the country for all of us? you know, it's not just what he said at that debate. the ryan budget, which he endorses, would eviscerate fema and all these sort of programs. now, i know we don't want to play politics right now when it's a dangerous moment, but it's the type of thing that brings to question what he warrants to do versus what the president wants to do. >> i think this isn't a case of big bird, it's a case of big bath here. joy reid is also joining us. isn't it interesting how chickens come home to roost, things occur that teach people who they need g
defense, had played itself out and that progressives, liberals, we were flat on our back. >> brown: you use this term hand making i implies a sense of craft, a hands-on. your own background i know from being involved in folklore and music. >> yes. i'm a folklorist and amuse i cannologist. that colors my perspective. i reach back for the foundation of my argument to the late 19th century, to that other transition, the industrial revolution, and to the krettics who pushed back against it. and to the critics who pushed back against it. public intellectuals of the day who recognized the cllenges of industrial production and the new reach of capitalism and really tried to present a vision of artisanship and craftsmanship as a kind of alternative. i touch rather lightly on them but i use them as a starting point. >> brown: if you use them and look at cultural problems and then like at the political divisiveness in the situation in politics today, how does it jibe? what exactly are you calling for? >> i think we need to rediscover progressive values and put them forward. if the reader buys my
defenses. >> they like to bring a lot of pressure, make it a chaotic game. it's something that you truly can't be ready for until you're out there on the field. they run that three-four defense, that's similar to the one we run. i look forward to playing them. it will be a good chess match. >> down a level, maryland visiting boston college. roh, two td passes in the second half, including a 66-yarder here that gave the terps a 17-13 lead. with a minute to play, chase reddick hits a wide open jonathan coleman for a 14-yard game-winning touchdown. b.c. wins 20-17 as the terps drop to 4-4 this season. >>> world series, game three between the giants and the tigers. ryan vogelsong tosses 5 2/3 innings of shutout ball for san francisco and for the second game in a row, the giants blanked the tigers, 2-0. san francisco up three games to none in the series. they will try and win their second world series in three years tonight. that is your sports in a minute. i'm carol maloney. hope you have a great sunned. >> we've been asking for your questions on facebook and twitter in regards to sandy and
from the united states department of defense that relate to u.s. military policies relating to detainees. they say they'll continue to release more documents over the coming month. one man who made international headlines after he was accused of leaking to the group is bradley manning. his trial will not begin until next february, but over his last two years in prison, there are some who have tried to draw up support on manning's behalf and that include a music legend who is my guest today. joining me now from los angeles, singer, song writer and member of the rock 'n' roll hall of fame, graham nash. thank you for pencilling us into your schedule. >> you're very welcome. and i haven't been to sleep yet, so i'm all right. >> why does that not surprise you? you rock 'n' rollers. last night, i know you did perform at this event that was organized by the bradley manning support network and i know it helps raise legal funds on behalf of the accused soldiers, so we're wondering why did you feel the need -- what prompted you to get involved in this? >> i became an american citizen
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